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First 50 Songs

You Should Play on Harmonica

PUBLISHER: Hal Leonard
PRODUCT TYPE: Book [Softcover]
INSTRUMENT GROUP: Harmonica
If you're new to the Harmonica, you are probably eager to learn some songs. This book provides easy-to-read Harmonica tab, standard notation, basic lyrics and chord symbols for the most popular songs in a wide range of styles. Each song was carefully selected and arranged for the 10-hole C diatonic
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Specifications
Subtitle You Should Play on Harmonica
Publisher Hal Leonard
Instrumentation Harmonica
Product Type Book [Softcover]
Instrument Group Harmonica
Year of Publication 2016
Genre Pop & Rock
Style Traditional
ISBN 9781495050220
UPC 888680093884
Series FIRST 50
No. Pages 80
No. HL00152493
Release Date 2/20/2016
Description

If you're new to the Harmonica, you are probably eager to learn some songs. This book provides easy-to-read Harmonica tab, standard notation, basic lyrics and chord symbols for the most popular songs in a wide range of styles. Each song was carefully selected and arranged for the 10-hole C diatonic Harmonica.

Songs include: Ain't No Sunshine, Blowin' in the Wind, Edelweiss, Isn't She Lovely, Jambalaya (On the Bayou), Kum Ba Yah, Let It Be, Michael Row the Boat Ashore, My Girl, Puff the Magic Dragon, Ring of Fire, The Sound of Silence, Sweet Caroline, What a Wonderful World, You Are My Sunshine and more.

Songlist
  • 1. Ain't No Sunshine
  • 2. All My Loving
  • 3. Amazing grace
  • 4. Blowin' in the Wind
  • 5. The Boxer
  • 6. Brown Eyed Girl
  • 7. Bye bye Love
  • 8. Easy
  • 9. Edelweiss
  • 10. Goodnight, Irene
  • 11. Happy Birthday to You
  • 12. He's Got The Whole World In HIs Hands
  • 13. I'm An Old Cowhand (From The Rio Grande)
  • 14. In the Good Old Summertime
  • 15. Isn't she lovely
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